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Bond topic of discussion for GVB

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Guam Visitors Bureau met today, and the main topic of discussion was a bill that would allow the refinancing of an existing bond in order to build a cultural center and complete other projects that benefit Guam's tourism industry. Deputy director of GVB Ernie Galito says the funds would be used to restore San Vitores Road in Tumon.

"Tumon is kind of the epicenter of for all of tourism," he explained, "and we want to make sure it is in good shape not only today, but for the next few years."

Galito says the Bureau will present more resolution on Bill 485 to the Committee on Tourism, chaired by Senator B.J. Cruz.  As for a village mural project, Galito says the next two villages to unveil their unique large scale works of art are Dededo and Santa Rita.

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